SEGA may be bringing Hatsune Miku Project Diva F to the Vita in the West after all, the game has been filed for an ESRB rating, which has now surfaced. Here it is in full:
This is a rhythm game in which players tap buttons in time with music videos starring a variety of animated characters. Players score points by accurately matching timed cues as they appear on screen. Some scenes depict female characters wearing short skirts, revealing tops, and dancing provocatively; one character is shown wearing an outfit in which her chest is covered solely by two belts. One video contains a brief shot of a silhouetted girl being impaled by a large sewing needle. Some song lyrics, which are in Japanese, contain brief references to suggestive material (e.g., “[H]er flat chest isn’t going to do much justice to my costume;” “I’m showing too much cleavage? You know you like it”).
You can also see the official posting here on the ESRB site.
This could be pretty cool news if true, I know lots of people who have imported the game, considering it is very import friendly. I was disappointed when SEGA confirmed Project Diva F on PS3 in the West but not the Vita version, so hopefully this is the result of them listening to their fans.